We visited Calahorra on a trip from Murcia to Granada, we wanted to drive through Sierra Nevada so this was a convenient town to stay in. The hotel was really attractive, we had a room overlooking the castle which was wonderful. The hotel is a traditional style which we like so suited us perfectly. We were lucky enough to get a warm day when we arrived so we were able to sit and have a relaxing drink in the lovely garden. Everything was in excellent condition and the hotel was extremely clean and welcoming. A great visit!
The hotel has seen better days. Plants outside were dying and there was dust and rubbish round the entrance. We were told the pool was closed in advance ,- the offer of admission to another pool was made but 5 Kms away! Our room had no view and a child’s bed in it where I assume a chair might have been. The bathroom was clean and well equipped . We were plagued by flies in the room which we were told came from the goat/pig farm over the road. This was also where the smell came from when the wind was in that direction!!
We tried to contact reception in a number of occasions but there was never anybody there. We wanted to change rooms and get rid of the flies!
It felt as if the management had given up and the place was about to close. Breakfast was coffee, toast and orange juice. Really friendly service for breakfast ,- but really a four star hotel??????
Poor value for money.
Excellent place to stay. Great views over to the castle.
Great bar with long cold beers on tap.
With a good choice of freshly cooked local food, just what you need after a long day in the saddle.
Safe parking under the hotel for the bikes was a definite plus.
Fantastic evening very good food and wine with dancing after and a free bar.
The rooms were comfortable and the breakfast typically Spanish a good experience .
The views to the snow on the nearby Alpugaras were lovely.
Staff very friendly and helpful.